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Where's Vietnam’s first seven-star resort complex?

Where's Vietnam’s first seven-star resort complex?

Sunday, May 24, 2015, 10:44 GMT+7

A local conglomerate has started work on its beach and golf resort complex in a central province, with its beach villa clusters to be the country’s first to attain a seven-star standard.

Hanoi-based FLC Group on Saturday began construction on their FLC Nhon Ly Beach and Golf Resort complex, located in Quy Nhon City, the heart of Binh Dinh Province in the central region.

The 300-hectare complex costs VND3.5 trillion (US$160.77 million) to build and is expected to become operational in the first quarter of 2016.

It boasts a seven-star beach villa cluster, luxury resorts, golf courses, hotels, five-star restaurants, as well as an international convention center and a lavish entertainment area.

The plot which the complex is built on is adjacent to Eo Gio (Windy Strait), situated in the city’s Nhon Ly Ward.

The strait is said to be where people can behold the most gorgeous sunrises in Vietnam.

Ho Quoc Dung, chair of the provincial People’s Committee, said the Nhon Ly resort project, once operational, will help improve the province’s tourism sector, lure investment, contribute substantially to the local coffers, and provide jobs for locals.



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